30 disruptive healthcare companies to watch

Healthcare is ripe with opportunity for investors and entrepreneurs. Mobile health, sophisticated consumer expectations, data transparency and preference for on-demand services at a flat fee have ushered in a class of companies that resist the status quo.

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30 healthcare companies to watch – from telemedicine and data management to house calls and scrubs. 

2016 Employee Benefits: Looking Back at 20 Years of Employee Benefits Offerings in the U.S.

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62% of employees rated health care/medical benefits as “very important” to their job satisfaction. A broker can help you better understand your options and find plans that fit your business.

Employers Still Overwhelmed by Health Care Costs

There was no big surprise in most of the key findings of a recent statewide business survey on employer health benefits: The cost of providing employee health insurance continues to be the main concern.

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The cost of providing employee health insurance continues to be an issue for small to medium size practices. Overall health care costs continue to outpace inflation. Helping employees better understand how health care works can help keep the cost of health insurance down.

PPOs still No. 1, but high-deductible health plans a close second | Business Insurance

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Whatever the health plan type, deductibles are on the rise. One-third of employees at midsize companies opt for high-deductible health plans over traditional coverage. However PPOs and HMOs remain dominant at midsize employers.